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The example sentences of DISGUST in videos (5 in total of 5)

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disgust proper noun, singular my possessive pronoun friends noun, plural by preposition or subordinating conjunction telling verb, gerund or present participle more adjective, comparative dad noun, singular or mass jokes noun, plural if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun love verb, non-3rd person singular present this determiner make noun, singular or mass sure adjective as preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun mentioned verb, past tense to to
comeback noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction but coordinating conjunction he personal pronoun did verb, past tense a determiner much adverb better adjective, comparative job noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction hiding verb, gerund or present participle his possessive pronoun disgust noun, singular or mass as preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun had verb, past tense to to pretend verb, base form to to be verb, base form happy adjective that preposition or subordinating conjunction
half noun, singular or mass the determiner evening noun, singular or mass , till preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun manners noun, plural gave verb, past tense a determiner disgust noun, singular or mass which wh-determiner turned verb, past tense the determiner tide noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun popularity noun, singular or mass ;
orderliness noun, singular or mass which wh-determiner seems verb, 3rd person singular present to to be verb, base form associated verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction disgust noun, singular or mass sensitivity noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction which wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner pretty adverb good adjective predictor noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction

Use "disgust" in a sentence | "disgust" example sentences

How to use "disgust" in a sentence?

  • She taught me all about real sacrifice. That it should be done from love, not misplace disgust for another person's genetics.
    -Veronica Roth-
  • For the good, when praised, feel something of disgust, if to excess commended.
    -Euripides-
  • I don’t like animals. It’s a strange thing, I don’t like men and I don’t like animals. As for God, he is beginning to disgust me.
    -Samuel Beckett-
  • Evermore in the world is this marvelous balance of beauty and disgust, magnificence and rats.
    -Ralph Waldo Emerson-
  • Almost all novels are improved by cutting from the top. On their first pages, authors parade those favourite effects which disgust the impartial reader.
    -James Buchan-
  • Disgust and resolve are two of the great emotions that lead to change.
    -Jim Rohn-
  • Disgust at having to talk about oneself is what distinguishes novelistic talent from lyric talent.
    -Milan Kundera-
  • Disgust is so reassuring; it feels like a moral proof.
    -Jed Rubenfeld-

Definition and meaning of DISGUST

What does "disgust mean?"

/disˈɡəst/

disgust

noun
feeling of revulsion or strong disapproval aroused by something.
verb
cause someone to feel revulsion or strong disapproval.

What are synonyms of "disgust"?
Some common synonyms of "disgust" are:
  • revulsion,
  • repugnance,
  • aversion,
  • distaste,
  • abhorrence,
  • loathing,
  • detestation,
  • odium,
  • execration,
  • horror,
  • nausea,
  • disrelish,
  • repellence,
  • repellency,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/rəˈvəlSH(ə)n/

revulsion
noun

Very strong feeling of disgust or dislike.

/rəˈpəɡnəns/

repugnance
noun

intense disgust.

/əˈvərZHən/

aversion
noun

Strong feeling of dislike.

/disˈtāst/

distaste
noun

When you have no liking for something; disgust.

/abˈhôrəns/

abhorrence
noun

feeling of revulsion.

/ˈlōT͟HiNG/

loathing
noun verb

feeling of intense dislike or disgust. To dislike someone or something greatly; detest.

/ˌdēteˈstāSH(ə)n/

detestation
noun

intense dislike.

/ˈōdēəm/

odium
noun

State of disgrace resulting from detestable behavior.

execration
noun

Hate coupled with disgust; an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group the object of cursing or detestation; that which is execrated.

/ˈhôrər/

horror
noun

Feeling of great shock or fear; thing causing it.

/ˈnôzēə/

nausea
noun

feeling of sickness with inclination to vomit.

/disˈreliSH/

disrelish
noun verb

feeling of dislike or distaste. regard with dislike or distaste.

What are antonyms of "disgust"?
Some common antonyms of "disgust" are:
  • relish,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈreliSH/

relish
noun verb

(Usually spicy) food that adds zest to a dish. To get great pleasure from something; enjoy.

Is "disgust" countable or uncountable noun?

The word "disgust" is a countable noun.

The plural of "disgust" is "disgusts".

Phrases and Idioms that contain "disgust"

in disgust

Due to one's displeasure or revulsion.

Due to one's displeasure or revulsion.